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Youth Centres and Activities

Whitton Youth Zone Summer Holiday Programme

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Free positive activities for young people 10 to 19 years old. Monday to Friday from 26 July until 20 August.

Activities are listed below and dates and times are available on the booking site or in the printed leaflet.

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Come and take part in a different art activity each day, ranging from card making, painting, fabric art and much more.

We ask that young people bring a top that they don’t mind getting dirty. We will try to keep everything clean however sometimes accidents happen and we don’t want young people to ruin their clothes.


Come and learn some amazing cooking skills from our amazing youth workers. Some call us ‘Jamie Oliver’ and ‘Mary Berry’ but we are looking to help young people create their own healthy meals and snacks.

Drop in

A daily drop-in session for young people that provides a safe space for them to come and chat to youth workers and take part in activities.

Young people will have access to activities such as cooking sessions, music production,art workshops, gardening, healthy relationship and lifestyle discussions, fitness and the gym, and more.

Young people also have the chance to speak to youth workers about their problems, college life, friendships, relationships, lifestyle choices, university planning, and more.

Football Festival @ Heatham House

Heatham House is hosting two community sports events this summer. Football Festival will be a tournament against other youth centres and teams across Kingston and Richmond.


Come and improve your fitness, our youth workers are also personal trainers and will put you through your paces in a some fun workshops, bring a bottle of water and dress appropriately, suitable for young people with any fitness and confidence level smoother.

Music Production

Have an ear for music and want to explore it a bit more? Get down to our studio and learn how to build a song from start to finish, music production, beats, rap, singing, rehearsing and learn some new skills.


Do you have a creative flare for photography? Come down and show us how it’s done, we will have a photographer coming down to give some hints and tips to get the best photographs possible.


We have limited spaces on trips so please contact Mandy Smith to inquire about them. We can not guarantee everyone a space on trips. If you do not get a chance this summer we will try our best to ensure you get a spot in the October half term.

How to join and what happens on your first day

Any new young people who attend the youth centre for the first time will be asked to fill in a membership form with emergency contact details etc. We ask a parent or guardian to fill this in for young people under the age of 16 however, young people 13+ can fill in their own forms and we will contact parents to check the details. Young people under the age of 13 without a membership form filled in from a parent or guardian can not remain onsite.  Membership is free and sessions are free unless however wise stated.

Membership forms can be emailed to parents if requested.

Booking on to activities

Make sure to book your place before turning up to the youth centre.

FUEL (Feed Ur Everyday Lives)

The FUEL programme offers activities to all children and young people (5 to 16) who are eligible for benefits related free school meals.  If you think might be eligible to book a place on this basis please contact Mandy Smith directly as spaces are held for children and young people on the FUEL programme. 

Contact Mandy Smith

Mobile: 07881 250490


Whitton Youth Zone

1 Britannia Lane, Twickenham TW2 7JX

If you are not eligible for a FUEL programme place 

Please use the booking system on Eventbrite (opens a new window).

Once you have booked your place and filled in a membership form you are ready to go and take part in a wide range of activities.